The Cruiserweight title clinched a median spot on the # 31 TakeOver Card for five games on Sunday, October 4. his side.
None of these things helped him at first. It was all Swerve that had demonstrated the skill they had shown in beating the champ in a past non-title move.
The transition from Escobar’s past led to the return of the former king Cuerno / El Hugo del Phantasma. But an arrow from the depths of Hell was not the solution to this hero’s mystery. It was not interference from his crew. Swerve fought through it, turning his back in the form of Ashante “Thee” Adonis (former Tehuti Miles).
This was the kind of show match you would expect given the style and talent of the participating men. It’s well worth a watch if you’re a fan of any of the three wrestlers Scott, Escobar, or cruiserweight.
The end came after Swerve was kicked out of Phantom Driver and Escobar from 450 splashes. Scott fell back on the bib, and ran into a tug of war that had been revealed earlier in the match. The fixation of the glass-eyed competitor was academic at that point.
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